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Liberals on the Internet have latched on to the "binders full of women" statement from Mitt Romney at the 2nd Presidential Debate... but I think most have missed the point. Even a bunch of the folks pointing out that liberals are missing the point... are often missing the point, in my opinion.

The latest thing going around is a video of Mitt Romney from 1985 saying he wants to "harvest" companies.

A friend of a friend posted this on Facebook and I asked permission to repost it here because I felt it hit exactly the right message and tone. Wish I could have said it this well myself:


This week has been a little crazy so I haven't had time to address The Great 47% Explosion

In case you haven't already been innundated with posts on Facebook about it, here is the craziness in a nutshell:

Mitt Romney has changed positions several times on what he would do about Obamacare (Afforable Care Act) if elected, but what he said on Meet the Press this week was that he supports repealing parts of it and replacing them with other things. Now, for the record, this is contradictory to his stated support for Issues on his website which explicitly says he supports a "full repeal" of Obamacare which would be replaced by 50 individual state health care reforms...

I'm watching David Gregory's interview with Mitt Romney on Meet the Press right now and the words that Romney DIDN'T say are the scariest ones. Follow me here for a second:

David Gregory: You've called the debt and our deficit a moral crisis, but in addition to extending the Bush Tax Cuts you want to cut tax rates an additional 20%. You've rejected a 10 to 1 spending ratio when it comes to spending to increasing taxes and yet you want to balance the budget. The math simply doesn't add up, does it?

I went to each of their twitter feeds and screen captured 3 pages worth, regardless of how much time that covered.

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